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Una vacanza da sogno sull'isola di Procida

Press release February 10, 2019
SanMichele Picture
Ti aspettiamo al SanMichela Procida

Kasvipohjainen palkittu levite haastaa voin Suomessa

Press release February 4, 2019
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Monet suomalaiset haluaisivat mahdollisuuden valita täysin kasvipohjaisia tuotteita kauppaan eläinperäisten tuotteiden sijaan. Naturli’ Foods lanseeraa nyt tanskalaisen vegaanisen luomulevitteen, jota voidaan käyttää voin sijaan. Uudesta ajattelutavasta ja hyvästä maustaan palkittu tuote tulee nyt 213 Prisma-myymälään.

New Partnership Between AIM Events And International Nightlife Association Promotes Excellence In Nightlife

Press release February 4, 2019 AIM Events, originally an event management company has been offering the best extensive knowledge and skills to tailor to client's needs and has built a considerable reputation and has recently expanded their services.

The UN declares war on the West's "tsunami" of electronic waste

Press release February 1, 2019
Landfill in Nigeria - e-waste PR
The millions of tons of electronic waste that the developed countries dump in other countries must be controlled, says the UN in a new report.

Danish innovation to outrule beef and butter in Ireland

Press release January 17, 2019
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Although the Irish people love beef, the intake of all kinds of meat has been dropping over a period of 10 years . Danish Naturli’ Foods therefore presents a food innovation to the Irish people – Naturli’ Minced. This innovation has reverberated in i.a. the UK. Naturli’ Minced is 100% plant-based and is a 1:1 replacement for ground beef. You can even find it in the cold counters next to ground beef.

2018 saw recycling rates of e-waste increase in Namibia

Press release January 11, 2019
Global E waste recycling rates - NamiGreen / United Nations
Times are changing in Namibia - recycling rates of electronic waste are increasing and 2018 was the best year so far.

Bij Albert Heijn ligt nu plantaardig gehakt in het koelvak

Press release January 7, 2019
Naturli Gehakt Burger
Bijna de helft van de Nederlanders zegt dat ze graag minder vlees willen gebruiken bij het avondeten . Daarom heeft Naturli’ Foods nu 100% plantaardig gehakt voor de Nederlandse consumenten. Dit product is vanaf 8 januari te koop in 650 Albert Heijn-winkels in heel Nederland.

World-Class Event Management Services And Lifestyle Memberships Available At AIM Events!

Press release December 17, 2018 AIM Events is also known for their comprehensive lifestyle memberships.

linux Training Institute in noida

Press release December 8, 2018 linux Training Institute in noida

Nederlandse consumenten gaan van rood naar groen - plantaardig gehakt komt naar Nederland

Press release November 29, 2018
Naturli burger
Er is een voedselrevolutie gaande in Nederland, waarin de consumptie van rood vlees daalt en waarbij bijna de helft van de Nederlanders aangeeft dat ze graag minder vlees willen consumeren. Daarom lanceert het Deense Naturli Foods medio januari in 650 Albert Heijn-winkels in heel Nederland haar 100 procent plantaardige gehakt.

NamiGreen Partnership With Ministry of Education Boosts Recycling and Job Creation

Press release November 27, 2018
Ministry of Education, Namibia
With job creation stagnant and e-waste problems increasing, a company called NamiGreen has commenced operations throughout Namibia with twin goals in mind. The company seeks to jump-start both electronic waste recycling and employment through gathering and processing old cell phones, computers, television sets, and other devices. To advance this goal, NamiGreen has created a partnership with the Ministry of Education.

The problem with E-waste

Press release October 10, 2018
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According to WHO, waste electronics (e-waste / WEEE) are polluting drinking water and harming ecosystems around the world when e-waste a improperly handled.
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